“Dream House” by Deafheaven (@deafheavenband) from their upcoming release Sunbather.
Purchase Here: http://goo.gl/RLgZx
“House of Leaves”, 1st track on the “House of Leaves” EP (2013).
Submitted by David Wilson.
GRENOUER (http://www.grenouer.com/) has launched new official music video ‘Brain Fever’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-RYXHxWFcc
And check out trailer for another music video ‘Midday Show’ which is coming soon
Both songs are featured on GRENOUER’s upcoming album ‘Blood on the Face’ which is out in May 2013 through Mausoleum Records (Music Avenue group of labels).
All the way from Saint Petersburg, previously the Imperial Capital of Russia, comes the mighty GRENOUER. Surely the most prodigious heavy metal group to ever emerge from the North, GRENOUER will release their seventh album, “Blood On The Face” on May 10th in Europe, and July 9th in North America.
With a little help from GRENOUER themselves, producers Dualized & Eddy Cavazza, Anssi Kippo and Joonas Koto forged the band’s outstanding musicianship into 12 mighty slabs of hard modern metal.
Just as Peter the Great, expanded the Tsardom into a huge Russian empire that became a major European power, GRENOUER aspire to become a dominating force in global heavy metal.
01. Intro: Thunder Phase
02. Blood on the Face
03. Sands of Silence
04. Midday Show
05. Golden Years
07. Fix Your Life / A Few Miles from Paradise
08. The Taste of Misery
09. Brain Fever
10. See No Sun
11. Last Stop
12. All in the Suit That You Wear (STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Cover)
For promos please contact the label
All Mausoleum Records releases are actively promoted around the world. Additionally a “Backstage VIP Area,” on the web site, allows registered media – primarily radio stations – to download music directly for broadcast and promotion purposes. Photos, biographies, reviews and assorted information are also available from this site.
www.music-avenue.net • www.mausoleum-records.net
RIP Jeff Hanneman. Your music has made such a huge difference in many a metalhead’s musical journey.
This is “Angel Of Death” (originally on Reign In Blood), taken from the Still Reigning DVD in ‘04.
“Angel Of Death” is one of not many songs where Hanneman gets both the musical and lyrical credits to himself across the Slayer discography.
Rest In Peace Brother Chi.
“Decay” by Sevendust (@Sevendust) from their 2013 album Black Out The Sun.
Out Now, Grab It Here: http://goo.gl/zKroh
Albums we listened to today. What’s your favorite out of these?
“The Oldest Crow” by Reverend Mothers (@reverendmothers) from their 2013 EP Acolyte’s Revival.
We like our friends, as you know, a while back we did a post about Yellabird. Well, now it’s time for you guys to check out Reverend Mothers! Not metal, but it may perk your ears up a bit. Who’s that on the left there?
Check em’ out: www.facebook.com/reverendmothers
“Heavy Metal (Takin’ A Ride)” by Don Felder from the 1981 album Heavy Metal: Music From The Motion Picture.
“As Grace Descends” by Suffocation (@suffocationband) from their 2013 album Pinnacle Of Bedlam.
“Gluttony” by Buckcherry (@Buckcherry) from their 2013 album Confessions.
“Mechanical Mind” by Voivod (@voivoddotnet) from their 2013 album Target Earth.
“Ride The Void” by Holy Grail (@HolyGrailBand) from their 2013 album Ride The Void.
We love us some Metal Church.
“Watch The Children Pray” by Metal Church from their 1986 album The Dark.
I’m posting this because I was irked by a comment someone made on my personal Facebook account about Black Sabbath, here’s what this person said:
“Sorry, I’m not a fan either. Black sabbath sucks. If you’re going to be metal at least be brutal; or good for that matter. Black sabbath didn’t do shit for bands lol good try though.”
What do YOU think of that? Some people huh? Without further adieu… ~ L
“Black Sabbath” by Black Sabbath (@OfficialSabbath) from their 1970 album Black Sabbath.